1501 W. Beauregard
San Angelo, Texas 76901
Phone: (325) 658-7750
Fax: (325) 658-8381
Crisis: (800) 375-8965
or (325) 653-5933

Mental Health Services

Approximately 1 in 5 Americans is affected by a mental illness. This can occur in anyone, regardless of race, gender, age or socioeconomic status. Scientific study of the brain and behavior has led to new and very effective treatments for people with mental illness. 

MHMR Services for the Concho Valley’s Behavioral Healthcare Services can help those with a mental illness to plan a new course for their life, one which leads to increased well-being and growth. Treatment is based on an outpatient setting within the community.

Services are provided using the Texas Recovery and Resiliency (TRR) model provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services. Resiliency and Disease Management (RDM) is the State of Texas’ design for public Mental Health services for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness. To qualify for ongoing services a person must be assessed as being part of the state’s target population, which typically involves a diagnosis of schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder or major depression. 

Eligibility For Services - Adult

 

A resident of one of the seven counties served (Coke, Concho, Crocket, Irion, Reagan, Tom Green, and Sterling) who meet one of the following:

 • Has been diagnosed with Schizophrenia

 • Or has been diagnosed with Major Depression

 • Or has been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder

 • And is at least 18 years of age.

 

How to Access Services – Adult

Individuals seeking treatment can utilize our “Open Access” times of Tuesday afternoons and Wednesday mornings at the Adult Outpatient Clinic located at 202 North Main Street. No appointment is necessary during Open Access. Additionally, an appointment for an assessment/eligibility determination can be made by phoning 325-658-7750. 

Please bring the following:

 • Medicaid card, Medicare card, private insurance card

 • Driver's license

 • Social security card

 • Proof of income (IRS 1040 or 1040 EZ form, paycheck stubs, etc.)

 • Number of individuals in the household

 • Utility bill showing that you live in one of the seven counties we serve

 • Records of any unusual expenses

 

Eligibility For Services – Child & Adolescent 

A resident of one of the seven counties served (Coke, Concho, Crocket, Irion, Reagan, Tom Green, and Sterling) who meet one of the following:

 • Has a serious functional impairment

 • Or is at risk of disruption of a preferred living or child care environment due to psychiatric symptoms

 • Or Is enrolled in a school system's special education program because of a serious emotional disturbance

 • And is between the ages of 3 and 17.

 

How to Access Services – Child & Adolescent 

Individuals seeking treatment can contact the Family & Youth Guidance Center at 325-658-7750 to make an appointment for an assessment/eligibility determination. In order to be seen, you will need to bring the following:

 • Medicaid card, Medicare card, private insurance card

 • Driver's license

 • Proof of income (IRS 1040 or 1040 EZ form, paycheck stubs, etc.)

 • Number of individuals in the household

 • Utility bill showing that you live in one of the six counties that we serve

 • Records of any unusual expenses

 • Proof of guardianship or documentation of blood relationship

If you do not bring these items, you will be asked to reschedule.